Meet Bret

Bret Daniels is the Conservative candidate to succeed Sue Frost, who is retiring, for Sacramento County Supervisor in District 4. He is a Veteran of the United States Air Force, a former Sheriff’s Deputy and a current member of the Citrus Heights City Council.

Bret was born in Sacramento and lived in the North Sacramento area until the age of 13 before he moved with his family to Citrus Heights in 1973 when his father took a job at the then recently opened Sunrise Mall. He is a member of Heights Church in Citrus Heights where he has served as the Team Leader for Security. He is married with four children and four granddaughters and has served as a PTA President and Little League Coach. He is a Founding Member and President of Toys for the Troops Kids, a non-profit charitable organization that collects toys during Christmas for the kids of our military members.

Bret believes there is no better calling than serving others and looks forward to the honor of serving all the residents and business owners in Rio Linda, Elverta, North Highlands, Antelope, Citrus Hts, Orangevale, Folsom, and Rancho Murieta.

Issues

Public Safety/Homelessness

We must reduce the negative effects of homelessness, especially those allowing for rampant theft and reduced quality of life.

We must ensure that facilities are available for the compassionate confinement of those too mentally ill to care for themselves.

We must stop tolerating blight in our parks, roadways, sidewalks, and other areas.

We must never allow for the diminished right of self-defense and demand that the new Sheriff continue to provide CCWs to law-abiding citizens.

We must fully fund the Sheriff and DA Offices so that crime can be addressed at all levels.

We must support the efforts of the District Attorney in demanding the City of Sacramento adequately address the negative impact of homelessness.

Public Safety/Homelessness

We must reduce the negative effects of homelessness, especially those allowing for rampant theft and reduced quality of life.

We must ensure that facilities are available for the compassionate confinement of those too mentally ill to care for themselves.

We must stop tolerating blight in our parks, roadways, sidewalks, and other areas.

We must never allow for the diminished right of self-defense and demand that the new Sheriff continue to provide CCWs to law-abiding citizens.

We must fully fund the Sheriff and DA Offices so that crime can be addressed at all levels.

We must support the efforts of the District Attorney in demanding the City of Sacramento adequately address the negative impact of homelessness.

Transportation/Roads

We must ensure that the proper level of care and concern is given to our roadways while providing a reasonable level of alternative transportation options.

We must ensure that the priority for transportation dollars be the safe movement of vehicles.

We must ensure that transportation dollars are spent where the greatest benefit is achieved and not just simply on so-called social and environmental justice projects.

Taxes/Spending

We must reduce the level of county government, currently at 13,000 employees in more than 1000 job classifications, and do fewer things better.

We must stop providing a program for everything and instead focus on what government should focus on.

We must pledge that we will not increase taxes on an already grotesquely overtaxed citizenry and job market.

Taxes/Spending

We must reduce the level of county government, currently at 13,000 employees in more than 1000 job classifications, and do fewer things better.

We must stop providing a program for everything and instead focus on what government should focus on.

We must pledge that we will not increase taxes on an already grotesquely overtaxed citizenry and job market.

Endorsements

We Support Bret Daniels for Supervisor

  • Bob Erickson, Sergeant, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department (Ret)
  • Chris Daniels, Youth Pastor, Lakeside Church of Folsom
  • Cliff Wylie, Honorary Mayor, Orangevale (Frm.)
  • Craig DeLuz, President, Robla School Board, and Congressional Candidate
  • Danielle Guise, Owner, Danielle Geise Jewelry
  • Diana Miller, Owner, Miller Photography
  • Diane Ebbitt-Riehle, Executive Director, Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce (Fmr.)
  • Dr Roger Canfield, Author, Make Red China Pay
  • Eric Eisenhammer, President, Central Valley Taxpayers League
  • Holly Woods Andreatta, Councilmember and Former Mayor, City of Lincoln
  • Jay Evans, Owner, The Tax Office
  • Jay Hornbuckle, Executive Director,Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce (Fmr.)
  • Jim Remick, Planning Commissioner, City of Citrus Heights
  • John Kane, Pastor, Christ Fellowship Church of Citrus Heights
  • Kelsey Nelson, President, Citrus Heights Area Number Three Neighborhood Association
  • Ken Garrett, Owner, Canopy Security Group
  • Manuel Perez, Candidate, San Juan Unified School Board
  • Marcia Fritz, President, California Foundation for Fiscal Responsibility
  • Max Semenenko, Owner, Maximus Roofing
  • Natalee Price, President, Sunrise Old Auburn Road Neighborhood Association
  • Oleg Shishko, Planning Commissioner, City of Citrus Heights
  • Scott Otsuka, President, Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District Board
  • Sean Harbaugh, Owner, Pipn’ Hot Smokers BBQ
  • Stacey Bastian, Boad Member, Twin Rivers School Board
  • Stephanie Youngblood, Mayor Pro Tempore, Town of Loomis
  • Tanya Kravchuk, Board Member, San Juan Unified School District Board Member
  • Tim Snipes, Owner, BeanHeads Coffee
  • Tom DiGiacomo, President, Woodmore Oaks Neighborhood Watch
  • Tom Romeo, Owner, Bearpaw Boots
  • Tom Scheeler, Planning Commissioner, City of Citrus Heights
  • Tracy Mendonsa, Council Member, City of Roseville

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